Larissa Bond, Galatia-Thompsonville: The Lady Cats’ junior was named to the All-Conference GEC team her sophomore and junior year. She had a .453 batting average with six home runs and 25 RBIs this spring.
Kaylee Childers, Massac County: The Lady Patriots senior went 27-0 pitching with 169 strikeouts and a 1.34 era. She made the All-Conference team four years in a row, the All-South team three years and the All-State team twice.
Carley Childress, Vienna: The Lady Eagles senior batted .441 with 32 RBI. She has signed to continue her softball career at Wabash Valley Junior College.
Paige Clinton, Mount Vernon: The Lady Rams senior compiled a .454 batting average with 13 doubles, two triples, four home runs and 18 RBIs. She will be attending Lakeland Community College.
Alexa Combs, Carmi-White County: The Lady Bulldogs sophomore batted .484 with 36 runs scored, 16 extra base hits and 32 RBIs while attaining a .780 slugging percentage. She has verbally committed to UT-Martin.
Nicole Deering, Nashville: The Hornettes senior compiled 13 RBIs with a .476 batting average along with 23 stolen bases and an on-base percentage of .606. She made the All-State second team in 2012 and the All-Conference team in 2011 and 2012.
Jessie Douglas, Massac County: The Lady Patriots sophomore batted .465 with 13 doubles and seven home runs. She made the All-Conference team for 2013.
Avery English, Carterville: The Lady Lions freshman had 129 strikeouts with a 15-4 pitching record and was also second on her team in hitting with a .409 batting average. She made the 2013 SIRR Mississippi second team.
Alex Gale, Steeleville: The Lady Warriors senior batted .692 with 12 doubles and stole 14 bases. She made the All-Conference team four years in a row and will be attending University of Missouri-Kansas City on a scholarship.
Shaye Harre, Nashville: The Hornette senior finished the season with a .625 batting average with 13 homeruns and 62 RBIs. Harre made the All-State team in 2011 and 2012.
Maci Ingram, Nashville: The Hornette sophomore struck out 278 batters with an ERA of .78 and a final record of 23-3. She made the All-South and All-Metro teams in 2012 as well as the St. Louis Post Dispatch first team.
Alexis Kohrs, Du Quoin: The Lady Indians senior pitched eight shutouts and struck out 95 batters while compiling a 12-10 record and a 1.25 ERA. Kohrs was named to the All-Conference first team three separate years and was her team’s MVP her junior year.
Jordan Lodge, Trico: The Lady Pioneers junior batted .480 with nine home runs and 38 RBIs despite suffering a knee injury in a car accident during the season. She has made the All-Conference first team her freshman, sophomore and junior years.
Cassandra Lueking, Woodlawn: The Lady Cardinals senior batted .460 with 40 RBIs and threw out 35 percent of stolen base attempts as her team’s catcher. Lueking will play on a scholarship for Southeastern Illinois College next year.
Gracyn McBride, Massac County: The Lady Patriots sophomore batted .417 with 17 doubles and 51 RBIs. McBride made the Max Preps All-American team in 2012.
Taylor Odom, Goreville: The Blackcats senior batted .459 with 45 RBIs and 10 home runs. She will be playing softball at Murray State University next season.
Chandra Parr, Anna-Jonesboro: The Lady Wildcats senior batted .586 with 38 RBIs, two home runs and 18 stolen bases. She was a four year varsity started and has signed on to play softball at Evansville.
Kristin Pender, Cobden: The Appleknockers senior compiled a .490 batting average with seven home runs, 13 doubles and 46 RBIs. She has made All-South and All-State the previous two years.
Cassidy Rice, Du Quoin: The Lady Indians senior batted .403 with 15 doubles, five home runs and 28 RBIs. She also pitched nine shutouts, compiling 18 wins and an ERA of 0.87.
Kylee Rock, Carterville: The Lady Lions sophomore batted .517, hit 10 home runs and had 51 RBIs. She made the 2013 SIRR Mississippi first team and the 2013 ICA All-State first team.
Kelsey Rogers, Carmi-White County: The Lady Bulldogs junior scored 46 runs, had 36 RBIs and racked up a .516 batting average. She has made the Black Diamond All-Conference team the previous three seasons and was the 2013 Black Diamond MVP.
Cady Ross, Vienna: The Lady Eagles senior led her team with a .481 batting average and racked up 28 RBIs. She made the Black Diamond Conference first team 2011-13 and will attend Columbia College in the fall.
Sydnee Rushing, Goreville: The Blackcats sophomore pitched nine shutouts with an ERA of 1.52 and 310 strikeouts. She made the Black Diamond Conference first team in 2013 and received the pitching award her freshman and sophomore seasons.
Katie Sandusky, Benton: The Rangerettes sophomore led her team with a .485 batting average, 47 hits and 34 runs scored. She made the SIRR Ohio All-Conference team as a centerfielder.
Raigen Schwartz, Centralia: The Orphan Annies junior batted in 25 runners, stole seven bases and had a batting average of .408. She was her team’s MVP and defensive player award recipient
Allison Smiley, Johnston City: The Lady Indians senior batted .637 with 16 home runs, 37 RBIs and 10 doubles. She made the All-Conference teams 2010-2013 and has accepted a softball scholarship to attend SIU-Edwardsville.
Shersty Stanton, Pinckneyville: The Lady Panthers senior batted .417 with 21 RBIs and 14 doubles. She made the SIRR Mississippi division All-Conference first team in 2013.
Jessa Thomas, Johnston City: The Lady Indians senior racked up 14 home runs and 11 doubles with a batting average of .473. She made the All-Conference team 2010-13 and has a scholarship to play softball at SIU.
Macie Wheeler, Carbondale: The Terriers senior batted .455 with five home runs and 25 RBIs. She made her conference first team four years in a row, received the United States Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award and accepted a softball scholarship from Saint Louis University.
Kiarha Wilce, West Frankfort: The Lady Redbirds sophomore had a .442 batting average with 16 RBIs and 16 stolen bases. She was her team’s MVP in 2013 and made the All-Conference team in 2012 and 2013.
Taylor Winn, Herrin: The Tigers senior had a batting average of .369 and 18RBIs. She also pitched 120 innings with an ERA of 2.15 and 87 strikeouts.